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Are you supposed to eat a banana when it has some spots or when it has a lot of spots are you supposed to eat it then

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The spots appear as a banana ripens. All it does is make the banana softer. I am not a mushy banana girl, I like mine firmer. To answer your question, yes, you can eat a banana when the skin has spots.

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I like to eat bananas when they have a lot of spots, when they are almost rotten. They're sweeter than sugar that way.

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I couldn't agree more!
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I make banana bread with black skinned bananas. You are correct Ancient Hippy, as you already know. The riper the the banana the sweeter. Enjoy your day.
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Oooooo, I love banana bread. With nuts?
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Nuts? But of course! = )
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Groovy.
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I'm a hippy chick at heart. Forgive me if I already let you know, I do enjoy reading your posts and even learned a few things I never new. Thank you. Enjoy your day!
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Thank you. I really enjoy this site and have some nice conversations with nice people, like you. Sarcasm is my middle name and I love bugging the younger crowd on here.
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Thank you. I am relatively new to Ask however, I do enjoy it. I accidentally flagged someone who gave a correct answer. Is flagging anonymous? It bothered me because the answer was very spot on.
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Thank you for responding. Using my iPhone instead of my laptop sometimes causes my fingers to make mistakes.
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I know exactly what you mean.
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It depends on personal taste. Some people eat them with no spots.

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